The Strengthening Family-School Partnerships Project will consist of Michigan families/caregivers and educators who are focused on removing common barriers between home and school settings.
The National Center on Intensive Intervetion has developed an Intensive Interventions in Mathematics course focused on developing educators’ skills in designing and delivering intensive mathematics instruction.
As we enter the 2020-2021 school year, several of our former Foundations of Communication (FoC) sites are now partnering with Alt+Shift to focus on other trainings like Comprehensive Literacy for Autonomous Communication and Foundations of Math for Students with Significant Disabilities.
Last month, Alt+Shift hosted the first AAC Talk Time, an informal gathering with a focus on connecting with peers from across the state.
In November 2019, several educators working in assistive technology gathered to discuss needs around getting the right AT tools into the hands of students.
Regrettably, due to the uncertainties surrounding COVID-19, the previously scheduled state trainings for both Foundations of Math and
The lending library will be open beginning on May 21st with a few changes to the normal procedure:
During this extended school closure due to COVID-19, the well-being of you and your communities is on our minds.
We are here to provide technical assistance and resources for families and educators related to:
In 2018, the U.S. Department of Education issued a determination [PDF], stating that "..Michigan needs intervention in implementing the requirements of Part B of the IDEA."
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